June 25: KalonGens have implemented a NON-PARTICIPANT CERTIFICATE for the first time, which has made KalonGens the first corporate entity to use the NON-PARTICIPANT CERTIFICATE.
A property is vandalized if it is destroyed or damaged in a way that defaces, tarnishes, or otherwise diminishes its value. Public or private property is damaged or defaced by vandalism. In addition to damaging or destroying objects that are important to people, vandalism can also negatively impact their quality of life. It is paid for directly and indirectly by business owners and, of course, citizens of the country. Through higher prices, businesses and the government shift vandalism and security costs to customers and the citizens.
Violent protests took place in numerous states across India over the Central government’s Agnipath armed forces recruitment scheme or Gyanvapi Masjid Case, during which the disruption of trains and roads was caused, stone-pelting to the security forces or normal ordinary civilians.
With the ongoing protests becoming violent in the states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Telangana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Punjab, KalonGens has launched the NON-PARTICIPANT CERTIFICATE for the prevention of vandalism and violent protest in India. This initiative’s main objective is to ensure that KalonGens can hire the right people, not the criminals who believe in vandalizing government properties or violence.
Business owners must maintain constant vigilance and a consistent approach to prevent vandalism or violent protest. According to this certification, KalonGens’s employees will be not part of violent protests or vandalism. They would require every new employee to submit a local police verification declaring that they were not part of vandalism. Thus, helping the company clean up vandalism, stone pelting, and violent protest from the society.
Keshav Singh, the Founder and Chief Executive at KalonGens, says, “Someone vandalizing your country can be both frustrating and frightening. This violates the citizens’ sense of security and leaves them feeling helpless to stop it from happening. But our new NON-PARTICIPANT CERTIFICATE will enable us to assess our prospective employees in advance for vandalism and violent protest and create a society which believes in non-violence.”
Former Boxer and a 50m Rifle Shooter, Keshav Singh further adds, “As a result of the expenses associated with cleaning and repairing the vandalized property, vandalism can also have real consequences for society’s well-being. There is no problem protesting as long as it is peaceful, without violence and vandalism. I completely condemn these sickening scenes of looting, stone pelting, vandalism, thieving, and people attacking police forces. This is pure criminality, and it should be confronted”.
As the first corporate to take up the NON-PARTICIPANT CERTIFICATE for vandalism and violent protest, KalonGens has established new standards for all operational and upcoming corporates in India. As most violent protestors and vandalizes are youngsters as per recent statistics, the global community-wide issue can be best dealt with proactive measures such as this mandatory document.
KalonGens, a global HR and Staffing company based in Lewes, Delaware, the United States, with offshore offices in India, helps local businesses, international businesses, and professionals achieve advanced business success through talent-driven solutions. The organization is a premier provider of temp-to-hire, direct-hire, and executive search services. It also has a specialized division that provides IT and speciality staffing services. Reach out to them for premier staffing, career advice, human resource, and recruitment services today.
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